The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00613

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are of mutual understand jo the CAteg i Au
and eenfMde, whbleb in tbe Flags throughoui s
common Interest of the two zone and on all am t
nations and of the free world' naval reservations were flying at aunSb
'must chael terlse the ties be- half-mast today and will remain e eat
tween thea." dat half-mast for thirty days. odly befo
At noon a 21-gun salute wi ma ,de .
When United Press dispatches fired from Quarry Heights.
arrived from Panama last night Although Panama City was At Tocumen A i
reporting the assassination, the declared oft mits around 11 many retu
Panamanian Charge d'Affaires, p.m. last night, the restriction delayed In
Minister Juan Mar eq Mendez was lifted several hours later school a al fll ts
Merida, and other members of after President Jose Ramon ama were- ~n
the' embassy staff went to the Guizado was sworn in at 3:07 day several plafe '
embassy to establish telephonic a.m were not permtld o
communication with their gov- Offices and government build- s engers.' "
ernment. wings in the canal Zone were Three plap Vf-vt a..a
The minister expressed his functioning as usual today, how- men from Miami.
personal grief over the assas- ever an anonuncement made era were not restrict
alnation. from the Panama Canal Compa- tearing the eci,.
"President Remon was a great ny today said: TheFAA DC-S whicb-
l*esident," Mendez Merida said. Letters expressing the sym- Mrs Remon'sa
"All the country had great confi- pathy of the people of the Canal Miami the de ,
dence in himi, and his death is Zone on the death of Presiden arrived 4:30thmoere,
a great loss, a tragedy for all." Jose Antonio Remon were sent utes later the mo i
We minister pointed out that Monday morning by Governor J. air returning to its oe
P lnamanian constitutional proc- S. Beybold to Mrs. Remon and for its regulaify t ch
eases were followed strictly in to President Jose Ramon Gui- A o upof over "
the accession to the presidency zado.Inianofiefals, f
of,first Vice President Jose Ra- As a token of respect to the tiveg of tD lin
mon Gulzado. He said public or- memory of President Remon, all ered outie tkgate
der was being maintained in the flags in the Canal Zone were Field before they WM-.
country placed at hall mast this morn- by air police who
One of the at Ilng. vehicle and its
eatams of Re- To Mrs. Remon, Governor SOY- About 15 people lef
m 4n 'his conduct of rela- bold wrote: i at the hd
tions between Panama and the "MY dear Mrs. -Remon: Ing .-upon the re
United States was to obtain peophs in many parts of thp i litary author t N-. ..
rovifiem of the basic treaties of world offer their sympathy
U NSa d1936 which exist b the Republic of Panama in-i
t-tes1the two conistries con- tragic death of her PresidentIII"
erIdft. the Panan"Canal raand we In the Canal Zoneeslare 'rra .w,,
fully in this feeling. Panama has .. a
Negotiations for their revision a outad leader I
C.mM .d- ^ hue on we In the Canal Zone have' lost I -.
10 andwere onudera friend and illutrious contea-I
Gen The. revised document isporary. F.,
now being drafted In Panam We especially wouldhave. you
SW Mg giCang h" bemen exeC know that our hearts g olt to MTAMI. a& 3 >-4.
ed in he near future. you In the loss of your d -tIn-tw r stoR,
UgitedStat. officials sai t gulstaed husband. in your Carribeand's Miap
death of tenion will not affect bereavement our prayers are ex- hurrlain A J
completion o~fthe new treaty, a& tended that God be with you In ric e foU 8e a
SIw tote Washington. govern- Your orrow." orecaster
m" nt I sAn0erned. Governor Seybold's letter n t
woI hrtt bq mota delay on President Guizado follows:
.the 'p Pan*r bo My deMr Mr. president: p VVo a &W. at
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year in response to an invitation
from Eisenhower and stayed
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IE PANAMA AMERICAN
'ewnI .AND .PUBLIS1EDmY TTH EPANAMA AM CA11 Ph4. INC. Ay *e
FOUNDgsa myNELSON ROUlgfMysLL IN INES -a-t t -O14 rina-
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TCLIrCNE PANE AMA No 1-0740 15 LiNES I
CASLE A ,.es, PANAM'ICAN. P-.ANAMA .

S O IN ADVANCE 100y VICTOR RIESEL M W0. 1
#s ,. Walter Reuther, leader of O =m Wils
SY F.M THE READIERS OWN COLUMN would not be the driving, informed t
wherever businessmen or labor Ious and bl a d uuosew hs gga met
leaden gather they sooner or S i
ha kl- C M A II K fi Alater ask whether the restless red- 1 Robe t d m yoS o k indlyletme
EMAI L BOX theXde- oe iima_
SC I head wants t be the first labor thrfr r -
t n zI 5.6mehow Rm er seems to take h oerIWia h at fr h1
T : ef o ted i The Paeqmern such talk as a personal affront. tr.Me o-
e M ai l eson en forum for reade rspof T herpoea gatnAm erican._Wl i ,
ars are rece ived grefully ndn aled in wholly cnfd n al Why I don't know.o for batte '
t oN eatibIOeamletterdon't I hImpaert ie f d eIr't ?epper .h bear o#a E eesel boom some place. the n .
t day. Lette e published In the ordermevHcv e e Itr, i m regardless of how el "a
Plowe frotokeep theIste".limited tosem.p aeehath. Ri either takes it, ei e i a Ts suchH 1
SThisoewspawper asumesno res e sibilityl for st atemen eal p naion everywhere.ot that the A and CIO heWtat. to te'
-- membew which goi have great in. aoem off Vt ab.Ie bres... 7 e waSsucmt
RENT REDUCTION fuenc- ie k Democratic ilt hap one got lof to & bid h
Party. And sooner or later be a h Armed Services Committee t t wy after his theaat
*Ur. Ooto name o lo t n Do acru w th U t e f w i
' T discount was grateful y received by one And all but ae n headoe FBg Depte t fev. e s
years aPo1141 s'me 8tat. .alk then goesthat the 47-aj..faPu. b-"*1

- 1 ble Ifkmect of rentals the 0m0 report for IM Cna l for natiomeredal fic. We evey- S Statelby This offered w himm de *b
SJd..CircularA-*...statesthe policy of recoveringraIlionandbeit.ogCalcani Stat o i te
Se it h been applied only to U.S. rate quarters becaus- W body includb Mr. euW can wiRu alson rerposible fr pot a
of personable rentals. from low-salaried local rats e-i now reax for a while ay-way. Wlon weas a enera ue t poe adi e
I It will surprise the nation's top., K i' nthepoicyAs waichho e a era tl India.
-The litter sent is a fast but the oddity of It is the asm- most labor leaders if the AFL and b ve dut e ers have tel.1 Cooper .C .
I phlty that setsAs* adnd nullifleas thefamouslCircularA -45.. COe. rg, ..morecontract cr GM and 'e Mg n Knuk heshould
h i te a te e ,....T.-aR..N ESR.E a eels e some of igally to the pol areverea. aa Ue
- Referring again to the 1953 GAO p.udit we are given the coalitions are not a war with each t t
ol ig re asn being prior to "general corporate charges. other, instead of living with eachI Bob Anderson, who will become a n,
SProfit Lo yer o s the new secretary of defense, is a delegates to the United Natos,
Profitou year or so. Lifelong Texas Democrat, wihb o a
U I. Ri Rentals ................178811 AFL president George Meany and bolted the party to work atfor Elsesb C ao tsrve It d.a
uses pa nt Expe.nsei 22184 some of his highlybp land policy- hower ty1tow of o Cseoer s
Othergn service.355 making colleagues blieve that bod briggest ranch In the s wee ch p
Other Aslim vcea ............. ,9- Walter Reuther now does not want State, tie Wagioner estate at can to a s
Ne1 e ............................. yibe tn ve t h ataestherwil Vernon. Teas ithan acre a it s
the 0AO, rental rats do not collect for inter- NeowinextheoAFLNifo noot Sc po0itical twist. fad00
@Ooer, ent but there Is quit a difference threat to bolt O and t ho o
.- i n d $ 1 I1 solely for depreciation and At b the m bol ve e0Ia.d.oi the rCn a po i te nt f re at v sm e o f Se r Coel mtY'1,ot
PON* of leave travel for Housing 114- explain sodden ic rc a s ?%)ti so th aaaa
of oame W .0 annually iai t _Toexp l.n_ this, f shift 1c athleav ch y w ascosid ered
a.. ibyfirst that labor po is pl. O IHday Eating. for Texans and the t
S S piftes m ia d mbAlrcihated.d h p with a finesse and see Whichdomus amount of Texas e' Senator Clemente, t*
pg later e will gt the 50% reduction recommended would make an old riI -"poured into his campaign .* ,
a w e tViennese diplomat BRUARK H ymedaterVy.aaftterm e
ulle.-BM-nlatnon report. Happy New Year dull as a knife which won't cut Bthe Navy, however, Ande porttnt that rexedlow
J. mustard. showed that he iteAded to r ot om B
J. A. Noles As in old world politlie, where t"lke so hmany civilian t e etr- NOTE-Thouh la the in"
S(/ there were always secret docu- Possibly we pamper our figures, specially for the occasion, and for dies on top of the solid tuff, but a lei, he did not mallow the admiral t l hd tol ea
K'- -- -- meets, there is one in this labor or perhaps .we have lost apple. once the kids were aliuwe to ka's digestive apparatus aurps- to rm him. He ve themaptoit senator Cemes, th Demo*
TO A ROAD game too. It is a letter. This mis- tit but 1 seem to miss the orgies Iourmandie" without parental eth that of a by oat, an no ed rebuff when he moted Cat. wh i e S
SL mTO A ROAD s0G ive waM sent by AFL president cf hollay eating I remember from Injunction. And then there were lasting harm was cone. er e Hyman tkover, th e p r *ae fleS
IGeorge Meany to CIO president young, e, ncerous days. It is way three kinds of cake, a black These were the days when Adudts atom c specialist, to be an adm- imr p-working ocrate a-
SWalter Reuther lat month, after nol r Mfahable to gorge; the and a white fruit eake full of were supposed to grow comfortably ral after the admirals had twice smoaon there. Dimorac t *
Meany had tried for two month to calorie has betrayed th groaning jucy currants and Canded ober- stout as a badge of adultboed, and tnd him down. And he aho re sof the Stee
S bane nlace dfppln t hi fro idm the Chicago Daly ~ewa. et Reuther to agree to a meeting board,.and the wnole-wheat crack- res and raisa and nuts, and grandmas did not attempt to cling mantled a group of top officers wih someUes that .w as
la been forced off the road the -llou day by of the six AFL and CIO officials er em poor inhabitant of Ith aked in e brandy tI o get to a Winch waistlnes ing waisi a atrip-tease party, at y Key illysh s ta t" i
liv.er who pued him on a hill, cutting who i o ld wind up all busass hor of plenty. the preacher af; and always a a sport not an ordeal, and a man West, Fla.. after a junior office ca y ca a m ,
him o aomg car and merg the two otfits. As I recall it, we employed a pound cake with white Ilng. If I who did not send bis plate baek hd beet made the se o. ..
i .q tha.t kt yo w r ,to en. lastIuth at T .oeff r IhU S4- _pWre.I .. i w, WWWo
Ii due e or ial steelwookers union chief, r d.l th C MttIr, neam eat as oe fletf 11t da the cooking skillf hIO Wa-hipaon am a '
uA1yb11 whip a wMe ad.s as ut and s carelesly David McDonald, whose uipn sandwiches and en the last Ii wa a solid e aa hos tess. puty usrtary or Andes Iu
lliarii wa r ua al had to brae mSddenls pays well over -1,000000 a year was gnawe athea brokee out a ca Next to the ra0i asi there were so .n, was transe uted roa th Na- .. r ... i
Sur .la aardf toit*Mw your life ad him 1. into CIO's tight treasury-which ae more Tomas for t*esh consump were the nut dises, greasy Braid Today they sem to toy with the vy Dmartmet to take hi Nlaee.
%2Is 1atyo u courgor dexterity t ha kept you alive ran t a =a,i operating deficit lion on New Year's. nuts, pecans, and English walntu. turkey skip the desert, and b Asse ry o defense .
as but the dence and 0 e of other motor- in the fiscal ear ending Sept all carrying about a pound 1 ble half artedly at a salad. A n will A otm ta in the headlines
I been o our good will and 5nD o f self- 0, 1954. t We never messed around wi u weight to an ounce of nuts. The salad during the ryule season, t he wil run the Petagon... ,
Il-/ or dd Reter' iNow de all- less than a couple of hams, one dessert was avuri*bly plum p1ud- where I was- raised, would .have .i', n, -,.-
irlh It w.er posslbe to point out to you that your kind of Imnportant letter to CIO cunate deepred and salty ad the other ding with a hard sau e, and the bee a literal skeleton at te east. SMEAR OOsERANGED (UP) oen. VB N.ayet fip9,
S bia "but d mannera-lt Is not heroic, or adven- Ar Goloberg until a week ago. oe fresh, blond in color and pin bread wa hot biscaut soaked in fy was for hones; lettuce lor commander In chief tBI e EoRAG
g Sy And a tolerance to the letter cushioned with cloves. Those werebutter with orn brad break- rtbbts. Neither had any place on No man was more unfairly *pi muniat Worth0 WW i A


I^^ 'd on e why o o ge Th that halag weet potatoes, wth mars hmallow supposed to temp awn the heavy endured for two days of gastric t d with the man who helped merican ,periosl.ts"
ie n trick tli n ew san are The Meay letter o ue on top, to wreck any silhouette. vttles. misery. I fear the breed ha u hin a ew Tears e g*
M ew as plemp--tee o so, I asMe..... .... tain ter s, asks e uther to sit Eggnog was drunk as a beverage, thinned; the race sufferedd. Ga OMahokney, who had served 11iT Gla said that "ou ig t
I MI at t wr that p en ted as down in a merger meeting,. fler- and bince eggnog is constructed After you ate your lept, being lord Hauer and the ix-day diet the senate for years and who atn
I- S heed el .pnd under Sare, Informed labor ircles mtely of cream, eggs and booze, too stuffed to move, and you woke have replaced the boliday sit, is a derout Catholic, wa pictured areat s b S e e ba
S a etau ore' o fI be proud f In dri- heve that nenther's decision to it an't figure to tia you dowu up hungry, so yh ate agalt, and and I thk t a hale am a "foreign agent" and as ft our and w nt
"Mo that. % a teorm eewardlea to keep the letter secret can b io to fighting weight. cotnued to eat r a- week. T ie aore the American stomaa has toward communism lar bea u gtShe
h esrr set 0~ *5r*. repreed only a sa desire to put The house was full o, raisins kids got the beallsae, mostly be. srunk. There is no space in it for cause a a lawerhe ho dsnd. '.This day of e and oy is
jyos me at the getaway, or up the hill? What C any final decision which would and assorted candles, usually made cause of the side losd ot store can. food; only room for memories. ed Prof. Owen Lattheore of Johns a- 4y pw pc wit w t
MoEv N V tota taxcept that the ear you bought a come cot i e a dtinhftivltodrt metWAsos1inidg.e Hopkias when indicted for peri. -- fa
a. itt'sa commercIal product. ybod Rowever three weeks a Me I ft u ry.I O'Makoney was elected a .* joh and witbsird all t=e
--- Wy 4aybeody can drive with a maniacal 413- and hutyfio a o PnOt| IDaer e Iy In wo,-d. y, ,or ..da, yn -.i_ .o.ao,
..dotn't p pride In your deadly accomplishment. A meeting not just of the aix-man a, w k, e i itptiS Beach during the C ttorerwt atLhedodnh o,
.a.a is- 11 au d polte-iand takes chances only when sub-committee appointed b. th t t mas eaetr O'ahoner ordef of w et-
t- whett,,t.iot r and conscience call out for it. On to sides months ago-but ef My retwr buAp. lb Everetta Dhpt. Tl the Mw
f .ly, meet -- l tse easy to tell the men from the boys- or unity committee. With o ,30 o W s epub n o D, who had po te .ew ina e
e .s.ei oa the boys from the consequences o their es. p r aent Ino* Wm b.i nmlat t a, k6 C,
'7' o Panam D rier 6,o no eg If hre il nsbeo WAHINGTON-Thereareflen or perm.anat authority to oknue had nt year uhonld be no exeaW the ,sa woutn CathlicS ma e oru
to Pnam Dper plan.tbt eItc may oo odghaso rh1w coriona t de D emocr Phase mid about youwwould have b en 1 oi anrtritt
d11 -.-takwh--atth--e- e feec sports card of th wi congress d n ation must a hm- cetrsl of rangrea ItMt be a J" edDre "wthm trma awa ar)reiew
amr"0416l ple taonyas be v er0 blat talk. r odc yPt u e s wnae dono ea as te Ae ian s ia I omi ;a




(Ii' UtieS Inieeri. w gis~ tS r e. .. Sa tthese prellrm taries are National defeup ts are broden covSrag." not, howeer. tel Dirkse about other leadIr.
-irMl CarSy tt CIOt catyule AM Ipposd to tbe -prticac and A simple ytteva adar prPot private p er to the __r e o
ndt eSS ) repare no sore blt t- e is n lout3 g-drala thcefere as- term.st might nhet be too toardi to Tanltrese ad flo AwdMrity. the' ow eeks-ag



TRather wlavt *ranree either for gootdfcan olticale ransla Bst y n taking up thits r-bWet h er ior t toais en
le afieidL) (ab.) w.) bon wtach tMaL yf t u gementayon steaptheatt A.ia de-Wthhe C" m, m pne tje Aew tA er twk sIrease omer e e- ea I
S eSue wi wlIns istaonaNapo gCamtso out. for wt c e such toveree mutual a mnortance paIt Demartment of Defan s mabwer t pbinHerberthbdovere-s \ d B
god* aIenhtrwCcarity ianidntut ls ntoady t g t I'crtUmof ad theParit ae alreOeY pslto. Ttaeu s g aood b itlofe t ies o- P.
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=a1o oUaP agniisene men as ta tsa .w I tbe the mats ore ti.. anm c W I for universal military training as eueat wr R o IMs report on
S5Pts oe n dlastoimportanyt usiy meeting to tho North AMantle Treaty Ort *ecnae ut for ome thi bjec next year. At 5r
u Ieg M C. Bbatea 4 nvy blow dtht .. a..ibeo ,_ boreo.w w i w
piVein f'lj *i Plsacelspil offand a- Intel bAL In- a n ewe, rs Nervea program reee e j nL C, -.
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A in t~e seen emamoy yesterday in the Cathedra of
s at n L a na !a : odice ol MtherlBe Ackrairn paghted B
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a bery p01 ale I X. -;memaild, dean of the Cathe-
dral, offieiated at the s uble-rine e r emoy, .ee.. eter fa p atel oL p tJ I
e soumnshes smbinted In SM.e
The daughter of Mrs. Esther-' missst"eam and annewd 4ameaofa
Jainc -. Acerman of Anon and Joitt Gt e p;t akt a ," r -1
the soio Mr. ad Mra A. J Mr and Mrs. Leo Goulet and a ev .
Estes of GaineassIle, Texas, ex-.Mr. and Mrs..A. Kenyon enter- 0mg setbe a=
thaged vows before an'altar dec- tainted with a New Year's buffet t w
bratid bquwhite. llies and cande- dinner at their New Cristobal reo-
labra. I aidence. Historical society
EAortled to the aendsae bor 0 I Meeting Posrpoled
decked cgws l n the arm iof her Now Officers Nalmated Mrs. C. ".. McCormack pre
uncle, Mr. John O. Cbins of Pas By Cri eaal.Col i dent of' the lthmian historical
pama, the lovely bride walked on Rotary Club, Society. announces that, in re-
a whita.rpet* to the strains of The New ear's meeting of the spect for the late President Jose
the traditlead wedding mia r ch Cristobal-Colon. Rotary Club was Antonio Remon, C.. the 6beteeting
layed ow thg organ by Lt. Jim held at the Strangers Club last scheduled for tomorrow evening,
trub. Thursday under the leadership ofwill be postponed.
athe president, Mr. James Butler, The meeting was to have been
Her weddlqing swn had a balle- Jr. held at the Tlvoll Guest House.
rinareuigth f b sat skirn of pure.
slk rashantung and a bodice of Mr. Paul Beck, chairman of Dupicate BrIdge-
chantilly lace embroidered in pale the Nominating Committee f o r The weekly duplicate b arideg NE Y (BuTh o n tr o 'k of a ne nofth re aree
sequms. Over this she wore a bo- the Board of Directors for 1955- games will be played as usual at fNrEhly Onierprete Christian D-or, apsot .mstnostalgcallyin thecoll tons, o American






tions ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~o~nr vaorn from These paro crnerey wigve. tor th oigya, u ihagu :Tkavtsuf^^^xsadrogthr a-G sPr ons op an c r ic~ alz~a st1 anse
lero.jacket9f c hantilly lace with 56 presented his report. 7:30 p.m. at the Margarita Serv. des iner or15edebpCrtin Drsspp e m t algica llyoIn thScoltions ofdAmerican
finger-tip wel of illusion was at-r n e omi n ated re. foroficr a:nues H m the sparkle of a John Held, Jr., cartoon. They have wider shoulder straps, flounced skirts or
cier toafea illusone wa amoto nominated for PesenGuest House- pleated skirts that fan out from the hipline. They're worn with long ropes of Chanel beads or
tdcred to seed perls and e- tenoz, lt e V. president; Joe Htr- with a choker and long ropes In-combination. They have wit. dash and certainly, youthfulness.
quins, White ro ses form haer rington, ndst V. praesodent;d t; eis o e They're not for everybody. But for the right girls, they're wonderful. We howaprintedcot-
qumda b ouquet. form er 3rdo2 pre side Bill Bow-ton gown by Mr. Mort (left) with gold print on a beige background. There's the longer torso
bridal bouquet. Heyd, 3rdV. presdent;M io Bow- enapr line, the hih-rising bust line and wider shoulder straps. Hand-painted lace dress by Elfreda
All three attendants wore bod- nigotti, Spanisha secretary, iB Imer Pr I rightsv has brown flower pattern on background of black
fant gowns of ballerina-length. Midulemas, treasurer; M a r c el --a
miss bnbila I-earon, as waad of Gringoire -and Don -Dietz, direet- Sheriff Albert Fuller, with accept-
honor, was attired in g o0l1d ean ors. -FUgr ivep.- om Sn City ing a bribe from H. C. Harden
carystaqlaw er taf ela, mRda he iFrequently, one of the most ca. Jr. and with three counts of vote
with a fAtted bodice and off-the- (T. J. Butler, Jr. is automati- tastrophicparent-teenager. argu- fraud.
aouluer t oc XIine. he wore cally a Director being carried o.. ments on the pifulpath oflgrow. fr udrer e o s
matching shoes and bheadpiece, ver one year after being Presi- ing up I sover lipstick.FeOn'eBrierY, Fraud Chargesson s
sau varkiea an arm bouquet Of dent.) For some reason, parents a eab charged with murdering Patter-
yellow calls fillies. Elections will bUo Clubd the last red not'just on their daughter's nio son. The other two are incumbent
Panam Ci t.- meeting in January. lips, but evNIXerws but inactive stale Ally. Gen. Si
aoellc g rgetMrs. aaga myth, as msoei n oa rsl.verywh dre hen thisIs PHENIX CITY, Ala., Jan. 3- owning property here pending his Garrett and ousted Rue on
tron of honor, wore rasp berAr y o regular program was to he-p sor e comes up. Find ilea happy (UP) -W. M. (Buddy) Jowers, turn on the docket of a special tySolicitor Arch Ferrell.
heatiee. Shecartri oecarant ule and itroex s teon eacotmpromdier ofte serbminies fugitive assistant police Ccief of term of the Russell County Cir- Jowers has not been charged in
heapiee.Shecafmdeans-tuitytoextndeac others wa a dine aferd~nl breksthis. former sin city, was arrest. cult Court. connection with the Patt er so n
taons varying from pale to enerry wishes for the coming year. up with a gruff: "Take that stuff ed in Texas andbrought here ear- Gallon, as Personal op acI
piak in color. other doess was of Sofyt e.ers ]our mouth." ed ca seea. andbjur ht h erarlwion as onaesp c | a 1
Gtad h uet present incued R.a co w bg F a lyupleo e e Htoday to face bribery and vote- prosecutor in the clea nupdrie Gallion deelned to reply, to
ite tacess ai on h Moutonest o rom Thr recopes t fraud charges. ea fr against viceand corruption inquestion of whether owners would
tucked bodice, and tiny sleeves. New Orleans, La., Harold R. follow. One, if a parent is open MacDonald Galion, special- Phenix City, followed Jower s' be questioned about the Patterson
'ne .bridesmaid, Miss Marie Di haw, guest of A. Tagaropulos to reason ais to take a parent with counsel for Gov. Gordon Persons, flight across 10 states and into murder
Rella wotes an oufit of similar de- from -Santa Clara, Pa., a former you some inconspicuous post, at arrived shortly.after ia ht Mexico before hefinallyarrested
,g. n I i blue .wt '*rcasitne Rotarian from Hawaiit, George a school assembly or the movies, with the once-huskyr officerow him Saturday in Odessa, Tex
carried blue hydrangeas. B. Brown guest of and father of for instance, and let him or her gaunt from morethan six months Gallion said he accosted Jow-.
r,). ph.p tCson served asbe R. Brown from Watertown, Mass, look at your friends. This M a y -flight across much of .then s onanOdastreet.He said 'FLASH ,,.C
man for Mr. Estes. Messrs. Rene make them wish to.override their ofat in h aros mih sf tSenere offred no res wianc
Fuelle -sad Lee Gents ushered Marriage Announced own resistance to it and allow you Jowers was photographed. fin. "When I first went up to him
wedding guests to their pews. M. and Mrs. Eugene D, Blank to be like the r6st. r-printed and booed on two and told him it was time to comet
A oa lowinA the wedding, a recep- of Passaic, N. J., have announced The second course to follow islony arges involving bribeshome" Galon said, "he readily
ton was give at the Union Club the marriage of their daughter, to look into your ownreasonsd and three misdemenorcharges agreed. He said he was glad the
itn Panama City. Marjorie Jean, to Mr. Harry Mor- attitudes. If.you are coming toinvolving vote fraud s for which case was over and that he was
For w alcoming her guest, Mrs. gan Smith, son of Mrs. and Mrs. dinner with a dirty face : and anlt ed fr in e as -
Ackerma, mother of the bride, Claude f Smith of St. Peters- smear of garish lipstick,h it's no deanu dj u eited by igt. He has onc .
Wore a dark-bhe costume with burg, Florida. wonder your parents obje t r
dr res. n Try this for a -week: come to Hte-th-enwaf eeduneroh0itian.b>


whteaccespsoi hreofheries.* o, sr l, bo 'tw ndtsinedba y wthsev .eralefr ends ralltoucheid JofftheAsweedptong r oigt
A three "ar wedding.ko ces The a rolicge took rae indira on lime, face and hands re ue n io Aelabama volunt al nv Parn-kNT 7




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th ts-ble1 sa iwt elo>iii wthada e L'et". .ioi. iDtno ,a? tt o ni ..OA ower=Pr, ro hn ollr .mo-,
The ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ V brdews ralte fomT OJa'tb tipole ro ofcad lAss4 tieras in-
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William and Mar.yt College ein Wil- le his er t e ty
lowers. V o gye o Mr. Smith Is te try-lrcao It may not wer k, Cisos h allown He sd chat is ofherindicIDtmentsonO
eMrs. J. Caer Of th survival school at A-a nes re that you'll elicit some sugar and water; brimt b ed Cief e t
and Mrs. A C9ins of Pan- brook Ar. Force Mrs. Smith comment about bow Ice a d and bltwe Minutes. Pour syrup and the extradited.









|o Colle "I .im' hav F dboral aRaoom ....... 7.- on --.... r .
Ina .......dVwas graduated from the Univer- grownup you've been all week." over apples. Cover and bake In lowers disappeared shortly aft.
ake.i sity of North Carolina with a B.A. And not a word about the lipstek. moderate even (3W degrees F.) 45 er the assassination of Albert Pat-
Miss Ann Hansita Elliot of Ps- in sociology. It wil look natural to them on a minutes to 1 hour, or until apples terson whose death shortly after





amA in chrge of the bride's ladylikeap are tender. Baste occasionally dur- being nominated state attorney FIREMENS-
S after all, they don't want g bakigWith syrup. Serve general touched off the sweeping Are moving to Al
Afe" wd g'ti o ot ap Police Chief to prevent you from growing up; warm. cleanvnient arkin






A bit p .a.tonTh. C P)dsa y o mm i. nln mrthey desire it. They ly want you Persons declared a state ofn Pa r
Leuouut Bit emoIooers isb 7e&saes Hhe e Cops to do it in s suitable way. That martialruleandsentinnum-I
Am.a kotnaway costunneMr~l. means responsibility along wit h brMAXpeil Rfcil aon't






teo a g re cordu yinoult From eArrogane p v ee. N atoal Guardsmen who too o- .
With Hw e SP od irorier. NEW AND USED ver lawienforcement. M A.R.Sr





Tole briews gadubated fmI et ero gJan Cm FURNITURE ON EASY owers was technically rem v- t
T he br Se hoou .I l a nd attendedra kere T Oen -PBciinon.ed.from.office and later was in-






Wie l- sa. l aitCih it as ef MYdor g uchy serday doTERMS die ted' by the special grand 24-
UllUamST if eM ar. eode b-t al dged his efforts toh prevend t eetcn ( rs h ry.id 4 2
Uam ml ; vs xor I'wo =y a, .Voikyo police from returning to __ Down He Is charged with offering a L I DE A T NT O







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period oC e. W e erwac e, lent Wa e gs i ns DiPieceWicker al e he e a e en s Living i ns n
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me nd fee a L.lepar tic ipati o f In thew prpo le, disclse ys edai'cumld inria blu caees Arm Chat i rnl A ._ ^ _
roh.lad ro amidto lanot e tsteit e r. of I N .we Y .ee andage. e Shrimp ocktai l is about the most with Cushons ..... s
hoe'ltt e r.edd aditie do oenr a di,0 w ree c.... ll Bpopu a lar de luxe American first Dop4 2 2 M -
Gda hld. de. eor t e mrl Prsb course* Blue c hees, nolwe in j S. prin n |ds6 om pCM IA LIM Se OH NA T N
oo htiolp..plnon Thursday.! complaints that policemen wereemade in the United States with landhNewSp ttressn10.g n
Ohe ba n. is their first e nhod e Pres n arrogant toward theI uconsid erable..... .ss .i lBrand .ew nttr .13PANAMA. REPUB2







t. will send io s is uign l tFt.h be oti a H aith the pyare rHeylar .adid a eittl per iIm. .u eOLD ....... --. 17.00e- sm us,.-u
lindla lnripoigteyou in tec marinIdon 't "nw .....s Bke ppe
Daviop yourIexclamatons- ing with these two favorites. The 3 piece Maple Living
-- ~~~~~~resultis a blue cheese shrimp oe Room Suite ........ 29.00 h hl ~kLhs4 icsdvddi







tail. Wethnkbluwl enjoyraym Rocking-Chairs......2.00,h whele4tikot1hApproximateoc s Derive







mend federal partnie~t setiop a unew aer prore didetslose eteerd o nacn blue^^^^ ^^^Ono O fheed -1n Md n Mathogany


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aa e asageh1d ar mme rtto e D Congre ssm o ...ve Combrobe e a e A ppo-a-os..........7. 0 ie
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0"frt. atrsth a-", FOR INVENTORYpD
ovmrBU il$h. ; ejnclw for- sullgeltingl a 10-yeag program of| ifi l~ iVBJK rApttmte ev
eigft d aid a fi mw thel n b !,e't 8 highway building costing 50 A -l 1 ^ T J ~ ^ 1 V l1
m mlu.ag .t trear., to I Bllic rs with the d&ssal s
ent .i hour 11t 1 sae of t reomeat spending about X6 M1NDAH"lv IosnJANUARY3Vr 1.. iO. es.. lt 1 u. a l nsos a ul3.
U ol"i mesa ,, .. ".-1 dollars of t" 11111 9 o t for -am s e s :1116 aS m"isI
il .B &ecial mes i costructlos and Improve- ,a. ie, IAB l S" .4 Ass s o 0.00 U.s" 1n4
sTke__ ..teseaaed by meat of Iter tate arterial gH TUESAY, JANUARY th, 1955
,., : aEnhower .ea.tie c "B Our star. w! be O r c Our Service Deplnt | ,.we-,inft Nbers of yesterday's Ittry Dra7 ng were sol
44 tbai to tam!GOP( ng.s- w lAio be 'in vestery, but weV wiN 014 TheMbN-andre whole tickets endlMIr n andnd t tInela
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Offer 10% discount from
Jan. 1 to Feb. 1 on all
private lessons. For pre-
teens and teen-agers 18-,
Hr. lessons ONLY $10.00
given at Balboa YMCA and
El Panama hotel studio
Suite 111. Hrs. 5 to 9 p.m.
FREE DANCE BOOK TO
ALL STUDENTS. FORM
your own group not less
than 5 couples 20-. Hr.
lessons $25 per couple. Call
morning Balboa 2-4239 af.
ter 5 call Pan. 3-1660.


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New Classes starting in Juary .
Limited openings for ne-berate rs. ...
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HAPPY. NEW.'YEAR
i Start the new yer right
'by learning balkeet .
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Get In the owing for
CARNIVAL. We teach 1
different types of d"Ises.
S Pick your fforkite. 0 ,-,'
Inca I udipg' "all Li.,
dances.. 1Have fun -".d
meet nirv/ people. ,


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Even Dad Sometimes Uses Baby's Cosmetics-


Womes have found that the variety of preparations made just wife (center) is smothingtag hr i la with the .1 toi ellalate
eor baby's fragile skin can be useful for their own" too. Many the drawn feeling her *a ets after beingir dihwaterr,
women who have no babies from which lo borrow these prepa. After using turpentine, the man of, the house sle fim d the oil
nrUo buy them for themselves. A teenager (left) Is using makes his hands more comfortable. A career gal (rilht) who.
baby oil on her eyelids to keep them soft la the blustery weather dotes on her skiing wo.'t have to worry about wind hba e.,
and to. give them a little shine. Af.er house cleaning, a house- Monday morning when abe wears baby Jot ..
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BY ALICIA HART to have baby soaps in all the soap
'dishes instead of having to haul
NO one knows who was t h e out baby's special bar to wipe off
first woman to ransack the baby's his lace and hands. If th e r e's
dresser for beauty preparations only one bathroom, it's easy to
It may have been some one who have just one can of bath powder
bad run out of her usual cosme- for mom and baby.
tics and wanted something she Probably the m o a t filching
knew was pure and gentle. I t done is of the baby oil and lotion.
may have been desperation, or During sieges ct home improve-
inspiration. ment, even pop sneaks a handful
Whoever she was, she brought of the baby oil. Mom uses it
the drugstore baby counter out of after her dishwashing and floor
the corner with the sterilizers and scrubbing.
Into prominence, right along with Baby lotion, a super-soft ver
the fancy flacons at a fortune an sion of hand lotion, has long been
unmi : rubbed into diapering hands. But
Because t h e y're pure, baby it is also good as a protective
products are natural aids for coat for those who are out in
women with cantakernus skin i winter weather-skiiers, ska t ers
Also, many women find it easy and shoppers.

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A Salte To

The American Legion,/
MM* O AND MORS, Amerlcans guided air oundl the l
afe being reminded that If our te very creation otdcountry.
people and or nation are to sur-When the pilrtms laded more
vie, we miustevive our faith in than 00 years ag their first
God sad our dependence upon act was to kneel aWd thank Ood
.praye. for their deliverance bn ty
A powerful fator in this aU ranny.
tionwide spiritual endeavor Is "GenOeal Oeorge Washington
Teo American eAglo "Back to kndet In the now at Valley
God" movement. For their et- Forge and besought Divine gud-,
forts to bring America back to ance. The Foundera of our Re-
od, the Pauist public prayed for help and-ld-
Is proud to sa l.n whe n they gated to
lute The Ameri- write our Declaraton of Ide- OO AND EMR B33DD3
tan Legion. pendence and our Constitution.
TBIS "BACK MS T INM MO BE ODIE
900 W MOVE. e- -. th.has beenBa tend-
MENT Is not a ey M tae part of some of our
pur.of-the-mo- people to take or God-given Lc eo ot
meant, emotion- rights more or les for granted-
inspired project. to forget God In our daly lives.
It became a per- To keep America great, we must
manent project go baek to God, b ek to the d
of The Amort- Celle 1 Bible, back to family prayer."
can Legion at their aanna clan As we unroll our scroll ofro 'r
ventio in Washington last Au- lutona this New Year's Day, It I i
i gust. The movement came Ipto would Ie well to keep Conm.
.beil because The American mander ColliU' words In ad. L
Leogon believed. that God America's greater rests upon
bad be ntirly onh, bit Amerlas'fait la Ood. Amerle
rather that He ha4 wbe sorely Is free d BIdeendee t eaue (
neglected in a too materialistic It depends upon God.
world. The American Legion be- FOGMT ABO MT T O PO.*
lived that all men needed to SAIC UESOLVImON of other
revive a dependence upon God. years. Let's resolve to preserve
The only ernitclm they have America's greatness In IM9 by
,recived-..eeept. of course, the bringing America "Back to God." CAPTAIN FAST
lmr of non-belloeers--ncerns A resolution to return to family ------ .
the movement's name: "Back to prayer and the dally reading of PthI
'God." "Why not Torward with the Bible is a resolution that will D.A.WOL
'Ood'?" some asked. According keep America great. PRAM P IL.0PBRawe MS
;I to National Commander aeeborn Inpeace as wellas war,MThe UP F A KK AI
P. CoUs, there was a definite Amican proved It. M MYOU CrdL
I reaon for so naming the move- self the staunch ay of freedom.
Sent. The "Back to God" movement is
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Jean Pyters
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Jeos Fontaine Edmond G"eqm


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"DANGER ZONE"

"LAST OF TOM
WILD HO8 8"


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HOLLYWOOD- (NEA).j Holly. mad neighbors and situations to
wood on TV; A "laugh" machine meaCh.
invented by a CBS Hollywood V 'There was talk of occasional
engineer for video conqdy shows slapstick for me TV version, Kon
has had It last laugh at CBS Hol- aid Colman, the smoothtalking,
lywood. neverabsentminded professor tum
C18 Vice President Harry Ack- me, "but we decided to retain the
erman shuddered last week when flavor and charm of the raulo
1 flipped my typewriter and howl show. It was a wige decision. Our
ed with pain over the idea of a fan mail shows you can be visan.
machine providing tailor made al on 1' and miellectual, without
laughs "from a tiny titter to cres. hckum. Our only concession has
cendo of howls" for sometimes un been making Ime a little more col
funny TV dialog and situations. loquial and giving the camera
Television has too many gadgets move movement than on moat TV
already and should, concentrate on shows .
shows funny enough for REAL Mrs. Coiaian-Benita Hume-on
laughter. But now, and in the fu- her intellectual wife wfou never
ture the "laugh" machine can go, goe into the kitchen character:
laugh it up elsewhere. The organ "'I thmdk It's a good thing. 1'ts
like adget has been barred from nice to be a character instead of
all CBS Hollywood TV h 0 ows, a carneatare."
Ackerman assures me, after be- If you've been wondering, those
isg used only; a few times op college buildings and campus
"Li f With Father" and "That's scones on the show's main titles
My 4 .". were photographed at Trinity 'ol.
S" lege, Hartford, Conn.


A warning to TV fans, though.
The CBS engineer has the right to
rent his "laughs" to other shows
and networks. So with the gadget
still around, don't, worry about
your sense of humor if a laugh
packed show leaves you sober
faced.
The muaclel can be wrmag.
PINKY LEE said it to his teen
aged daughter after she completed
a onehourand30minute telephone
conversation.
"Another 10 mautes boaey, and
we could have called it a Spec
tacular!"
Last week it was a joke about a
Private Ear series starring a psy-
chfatrist. Now it's a note from
Nat Tanchuck:
_'May I point out that I have in
operationn a TV series titled.
Psychiatreit,'! as announced
nmO-f time aan.. A.. .A "


" version of
is delightful
and wife can
y on TV with
; pies, fright
gh in the sink,


THE B) OtD ArO A: After all
these years of recording for some- L
body else, the Dersey brewers are
going to start their own recording
company. They'll record their own
band, of course, and also other
artists. The trade-mark on the la-
bel will be crossed instruments-
a trombone for Teao y, a sazexo
phone for Jimmy and a trumpet
for their father, who was their
first teacher.
It's a triple cross that could
help musk.4
There's'one thing about being an "
executive with a record company. beM
Your son automatically becomes of Ites
a big man in chbooC "Wi
X&t Oaerr Is director of artists good
and repertoire for Decca records, some
which means he's the last word in the li
deidig wo sings what. Gaber's you'll
son, who is 14. I consequently a billbil
very Wiprtant s member of his vocal
school. ways


TV T.pper
CHARLIE RUGGLES ("T he
World of Mr. Sweeney" NBC-TV):
She's on her high horse and ain't
no woman looks good that way
unless she's dress like Lady Go,
diva.


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JIMMY DURANTR filmed his
first show the other day on the
stage where Danny Thomas'
"Make Room for Daddy" is lensed.
Danny's director, sheloon Leonard,
called the shots on leave of ab-
sence from Danny. The director
predicts Durante will be a future
anfilm star, saying:
"He was like a man who Just
discovered uranium."
Ed Kemmer's wall about his un-
rumaUnc life as the star of "Space
Patrol':
"l can kiss my space ship-hbt
not a girl."
Is Mae West too hot for TV? She
claims she was offered guest spots
on the Milton Ber)e show and oth-
er programs during the past month
Lu.. mu.~lau known au otters because
of her nightclub act. ... Steve
Colrapn vetoed the role of the

ies, ". y ale,
Skineseepe of U. S. *tel's
"Fearful Decision," which starred
Ralph Bellamy, is mak ing the
major studio projection rcom cir-
cuit. Bids are expected for a film
version.


-.
Cat eou
ongs
good s
t of so
find g
lieas, in
groups,
song a
it'll ge
ler, a c
grew u
-the el
I a rei
making I
l loves
best is
ame of t
eate i
bout evi


Leather Fashions Glow With .Color


: The leather leek i fashidte is demonstrated three ways a with dyd-te-mateh eashmuere skirt and Jacket trim. Bek is
ss .asi a hn -revived motoring coat. Great- fashion after an absence of soe l yearsIisthebree.q.ar
Seat (left) isIn silky tangerine leather, has sloped shoulder Jlength motorin' coat (right). This I. In Viking blue i wit.
and narrowM top that Bows Into long, smooth lines. Youthful oversized patch pockets, deep buttoned-back cuffs and tiny'
Jue-oy ait_(eenter) has fitted Jacket In pale pink kid leather squared collar. Emphasis in res collections i on paastel olo.


Young Explorer Ge

'Shoots' Africa's


NEW YORK-(UP)-The best
way to "shoot" a giant sable ante-
lope in Africa is to .track down a


rerQuentin K a has just
= centr Angola in
returned from center Angola in
Portuaguse West Africa where be
led a small erpedition over a thou-
sand miles straight to a herd of 30
giant sables. He photographed
thfle African rarities for the first
time, alive and unwounded, from
100 yards.


Keynes, a youthful British ex-
S plorer living in New York, is a
great-grandson of Charles Darwin,
author of the famous "Origin of
the Species," anda nephew of John
Maynard keynes, ritish econ-
omist.
The giant sable antelope is
found only between two rivers, 30
miles apart, in Angola, Keynes
said. It was first discovered by
Frank Varian, who shot one and
sent it to the British Museum where
it was identified in 1916 as a separ-
ate species and named Bippotragus
Niger VarlanL
It was the last major animal to
be discovered in Africa. Since then,
the sable has been shot mainly by
aristocratic sportsmen. Count
Yebes' kill, in 149 had a rec-
ord horn-spread of 65% inches.
These large, curved, ringed horns
are longer than the beast is high.
Keynes, accompanied by a
Portuguese naturalist, a British
i Ju. Gar sportsman, and two native track-
ers. found most Africans vague
1 bfe inuso. t n about the location of the giant
sable. The expedition finnally es-
tablished headquarters at Kama-
ts isn't trends, but lang, a camp whiih had been
And there are always specially built for Count Yebes.
ongs. You go down The first day out, Keyne and his
Sin any year and bad spotted their elusive quarry
od ones, bad ones, ut for each step they took for-
trumentals, vocals, ward the wary herd took a sim-
everything. It's al- ultaneous step away until ni gh t
me. Just give me a feB
nd. if t's recorded After spending a fitful night in
neray go. the hut surrounded by roaring lions
igar-smoking, balding the party started hunting the sable
in the record busi- the second day, and found another
Send. He first op-herd 600 yards off. Luck was with
ord store, then gotthem-two bulls started to fight so
his own azz records. furiously that the herd moved eff
the bu e-"Wbhat ad Enes moved in to the 100-
the chase, the battle, range
tryig to make hts." He st the whole battle in color-
at, piano stylist, e and iota pictu or es 0
er "i Rfor h erb Keynes M aid his are the first pe
Ia, IT Riember tures ever taken of such a figt.
paste an the lae After b"eoti"s thee aaes,
het l~ y u th X rey edveda letter from their
duct dihewrer Frank Varian, now a
conduct e Ld t h -yearI d resident of Capetown.
g session. i l-ynes west out of his way by
finaned the w 2, mes n route to New ork
t visit Varia r l
~- "I first et hte grand sable bug


?ts Unusual 'Kill';

Giant Antelope

****** w a w n t h ma M #A


By AILE DUGAS
NEW YORK (NEA) -The cus.
tom-made look in leather appears
in the resort collections in combin-
ation with pastel colors, imported
cashmere and fine hand-loomed
woolens.
I The colors have the glowing
beauty of the tropics. There's a


panion tweeds for skirts and for
jacket trim. Or, beautiful cash-
mores are dyed to match the
leather Some of the formal
greah have fur and jewels as
trimm. q1-

Nalionaliss Bar


meet most of those who had shot blue, empi adds ogn pe for P
the beast," Keynes explained. "My daytime and formaleen wear But
isrs"t FromI Fonos PrTs,
fatmea, that people generaels don' and th'i .buted colrigs: pale 1 P
know about or h t e photo beige, smoky gray, tangerine, TAPEL. Jan. 3 (UP) Na-
know about or aren't seen purple, a softened yellow aid TAPE Jan. 3
graphed." charcoal and black in the velvety tionalist China has barred 14
Such an.adventure is nothing new suedes, foreign ships from calling at
SFormosan ports permanently.
to Keynes. He has made four trips Suits demonstrate great variety the Ministry of Communications
to Africa and India since 1948, as in jacket types: bloused, spencer, announced today,
well as to Napcleon's exiled island boxy and gently fitted. Most are The vessels included 11 Brit-
of at. Helena. He is a member fitted to the figure by. careful cut ash freighters, oneSwedish one
of the Explorers Club, the Adven. and detailing. The coat silhouette Finnish and one Dutch ship.
turers Club, and the Royal Geo- most liked is full and flowing but The 14 ships were cahrged by
graphic Society, there are some wraDarounds and the Chia Kal-sheek rn-
On Keynes' way toIndia esto some that have a belted-in' f u 1- Ient with ang into Co u-
ped off at Mauratius, an i d an ness. nut Chinese portInviolaCo
the Indian Ocean, to photograph nist Chinese ports in violation
the final stamping ground of the Shbeulders are gently rounded Of a Nationalist order forbidding
dodo bird, extinct since 1601. He and there's lots of collar interest foreign merchants shlips to call
spent four months there because with variations on the shawl, at Red ports within 60 days fol-
"I wanted to see the island where notched and petal collars. lowing a call at a FOrmosan
the dodo lived." Many daytime suits get com. port.



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'Tropical Style Living Room Seta ......
"Super Moderno" Living Room Bets ...
"Ultra Moderno" Living Room Seta ...
"Dagmar" Living Room Sets ...........
European Damask Living Room Seta ...
Armless Living Room Easy Chairs .....
Rattan Bamboo Chairs No. 603 ........
Bamboo Center Tables No. 1038 .......
Portable Tables With Tray ...........
Bamboo Brackets .............:.......
Rattan Magazine Holders ..........
Rattan Chaise Lounges With Foot Stand
No. 205 405 .....................
Wooden Ashtrays .....................
Standing Ashtrays With Mirror .......
Crystal Ashtray Bets ..................
Bed Chair No. 664 ....................


Before
$150.00
165.00
240.00
250.00
235.00
45.00
29.50
35.00
15.00
27.00
12.50
99.50
7.50
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Befae NOW
Varnished Dining Room Beta No. 1035
in Black Color .................... $580.00 53.M5
Enameled Dining Room Bet No. 1025... 5956.00 40.
FOR YOUR KITCHEN
Before NOW
Enterprise water heaters, 30 gal. $..... 150.00 0
Farmater Water Heaters, 12 gals. ...... 90.00 S."
Farmater Water Heaters, 17 gals. ...... 100.00 5.M0
FOR YOUR BEDROOM
Before NOW
American Bedroom Sets Natural ...... $450.00 V245.00
Bedroom Sets in White and Green.... 475.00 3m
Suncrest Pillows 21 x 21 .............. $ 12.00 S 7.5
8 Superfoam Pillows 21 x 27 ............ 12.75 9.50
Double Mahogany Beds 180 ........ 55.00 3.50
Twin Mahogany Bed 160 ........... 45.00 25."
Mahogany Chlforoblek Two Door 185 96.00 "6.4
Wardrobe Mahogany with Mirror- 180 110.00 79.
0immons pra for Trin Be<4s ... 0, 45, 1.50
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Mahogany NtYm Tables O 180 ........ -,V .50
Simmons, Springs for Double Bed ..... 35.00 17."
Simmons Coll 8 Spring for Double Bed... 32.50 I.M
Mahogany Dressers with Mirror 40 x 60
-No. 210 ........................ 150.00 U.N
Mahogany Dressers with Mirror 36" -
No. 180 ........................... $5.00 SOM
Mahogany Dressers with 36 x 48 TArror
-No. 180 ......................... 9.50 170.M
FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S BEDROOM


Swing No. 2144 ........................
Wooden Cradles No. 1965 .............
Simmons Iron Candles ................
Simmons Youth Beds, Metal ..........
Wooden Cradles No. 1912 .............
Children's Dressers, Small Size ........
Children's Dressers, Regular Size ......
Wooden Clothes Hangers for Children
N o. 721 ...........................
Baby Beauty Mattresses for Youth Bed
Peter Najera Mattresses for Youth Bed
FOR YOUR GARDEN

Mtal, Folding Chairs No. 28 ...........
Meal Simmons Easy Chairs No. 25F-2..
Canvas Folding Chairs No. 776 ........
Wooden Folding Rocking Chairs ......
Metal Gliders No. 232 .................
Aluminum Folding Chairs No. 250 .....
Wooden Folding Chairs No. 791 .......
FOR YOUR OFFICE


Large Size, Mahogany D e a ks with 6
Shelves. 36 x 60 ..................
Wooden Ashtrays .....................
MISCELLANEOUS
Plastic Trays for Liquor Serving -B-27-D
Plastic Trays No. 1000 ................
Breakfaster Toasters .................
Astor, Electric Stoves ..............
Sharot Semi Automatic Toasters ......
Zeneetee Garbage Cans ..............


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55.50 40."
59.50 45.e
4.L50 2t7.
59.50 35"
79.50 UM
6.25 2S.
52.50 X9.50
39.50 5M

Before NOW
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1.50 6.0
12.50 9M ,
29.50 195M
35.00 190M
10.50 8.50


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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:--Thor washer, 60-
cycle, $30, or exchange for 25-
cycle. Balboa 2-2387.

LOST & FOUND
LOST:-Poir lady's tortoise shell
spectacles. In Ancon probably.
Phone Ft. Kobbe 4275.


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SNo one has kept a record of how
many women have spoiled a beau-
tiful appearance by plopping in a
chair, A woman may walk beauti-
fully and have a wonderfully con-
trolled voice, but if she settles in
a chair like a milkmaid squatting
on a stool, it all goes to naught.
Like many phases of be auty,
"slowly-does-it" is the motto here.
Until get the knack of it, go
as slowly as you have to to do this
maneuverr ~gracefully. No one will
-notice your slow motion, but they
will surely notice hurried, a w k-
ward, .embarrassed movements.
. Approach the chair sideways for
a step. Place one foot back, right
by the edge of the chair. Place the
other foot directly in front of it.
Then lower yourself gently in t o
the bal.. If you do this right, and
don't end up on the floor in your
practice run, you should find your-
self sitting easily forward in the
chair with your ankles crossed.
It's best to practice with a
straight chair and a mirror at
home. Deep, soft chairs take a lit'
tie more work. Don't settle i
these; let your good posture P
port you. You should .ylq awl
in a chair.
If you need to alter your posi-
tion after you have sat down. you
can do it easily if you haven't giv-
en in and allowed the chair to do
your work of holding you up. If
you must heave about in it, dis-
creetly pick a new chair the next
chance you get.


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FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Household goods,
leaving for States; 1950 Chevro-
let coupe. Cristobol 2384.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Cocker Spaniel pups. Will carry
to allow choice. Phone 4-576.
FOR SALE: New Home pedal
sewing machine, excellent condi-
tion. Phone 3-2334.


FOR SALE
Autonkobiles
FOR SALE:--51 Mercury, A-1
condition. only 25,000 miles.
Must sell, leaving Jonuary 16.
Call Panama 2-0346 or see at
41fth Street No. 27, Bella Vista.

Scout News


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Atlantic District
Holds Rally FOR. SALE: 25-cycle 5-cu. ft.
The Atlantic District Canal Westinghouse refrigerator, excel-
Zone Girl Scouts held a most lent condition, $35. Also /2-hp.
successful rally on Thursday nd -hp. 2-cycle electric mo-
afternoon at the Fort Gulick time. Fort Clayton.
Theatre. t F Clytn
This rallly was in honor of
Miss Mltzi Siegel who, as a ed pictures of her trip last sum-
senior scout, was the Canal Zone mer and gave an Informal run-
delegate to the international ning commentary on them.
friendship session held at the Mrs. Blalkowski bid goodbye
Chalet, Adelboden, Switzerland, to Mrs. Bigelow, who is leaving
In July and August 1954. .Ito make her home in the States,
I and presented her a beautiful
Miss Siegel is now an assist-et of hand painted tiles, a gift
ant leader working with an in- from the Atlantic Side Scouters.
termediate troop while attend-I The benediction was pro-
Ing college int he United States.'nounced by Chaplain Arms and
She is in the Canal Zone for a the flags retired In due order.
short Christmas vacation,
The program was opened with
a flag ceremony, pledge of al-
and Girl Scout promise conduct-
ed by Troop 50, Margarita, Mrs.
Louise Rainey, leader. This was
followed by the invocation given FOr H azar s
by Chaplain Ralph R. Arms.
Those attending were cordial-
ly welcomed by Col. 'John J.
Davis, Commandant USAR Carib BY GALE DUGAS
School and Fort Oulick. Mrs. H.
W. Bigelow Jr., District 1 chair- NEW YORK (NEA) -- Your
man, Introduced Mrs. Russell T. kitchen, probably the most
Wise, president of the Canal streamlined room in your house,
Zone Girl Scouts, Mrs. J. A. is alto the most dangerous room.
Blalkowski, vice-president, Mrs. Take a look around it. (Not my
Nancy Peterson, executive direc- kitchen, you think. I've all the
tor, Miss Siegel, Col. Davis, Cha- newest appliances- and everything
plain Arms and Col. H. 0. Paxon, is arranged for complete efficien.
Lt. Governor of the Canal Zone cy.)
and president of Council 801, A safety engineer wquld view
Boy Scouts of America. Col. the room differently. Check ing
Paxon spoke to the audience your kitchen equipment and your
stressing the close friendship working habits, he'd point out to
and ties between the Boy Scouts you the unsafe -conditions that
and Girl Scouts and the military threaten your d ail y existence.
and civilian communities. Last year, 5,000,000 men, women
Troop 33, New Cristobal, Mrs. and children w e r e victims of
R. E. Cox, led the singing of home accidents. According to the
"Our Chalet." lMts. Bigelow In- National 5afe t C.uptcl
produced Miss Siegel who show- kitchen was the Pla ere


Dixon-Yates Contrve rsy


NIWp YORK, Jan. 31 (UP) world organization's faults. A
DI. Carl J. Hambro, Norway's Hambro, who was the last 9A- ver Wfr ng I su
tive at the United Na- president of the League of Na- Iay DB vY I / i 1 Is 4,
V a nd one of thb world's tons, said '.aggressive national- .
aenlor statesmen, said to- ima" was one of the greatest o -
easive nationalism" Is dangers to the United Nations IN N Jan (UP)- West Me s, Ar., to ed
t nork~ o w states. Next on hi "The National Association of E- power into the Tennessee Vrally
Stime, h pointed new s es. ex on lectic CompaniesNAEC) said Authority sysem The private
o intrvew with the New power pol tics." today the raging controversy electricity od replace aowe
Ti therewhas,forsome His complaints of the world over the Dixon-Yates 'contract r supplied, yv- A to -and atomic


ar' "gared" to point out the feies. "What sense does it make ad: VAnda*the matter-ru.Tico
'tdeVt n lt because f rthe lat often obscured in -the debate- Dixon-Yates stands to make u1 -
DelmiA man who treated you was an 'is simply whether an American due promuf at a. in wm,'of-
WW M D &Arab?". Hambro asked. company, competent and able to risk.
2. There should be a Pweight- do the job, should have the op- Smith .;aid the 3..5 to 4 per
ed voting system." "It makes no ortunity to help supply the e- cent return on the total invet
N The. SS Unit- sense for Luxemburg, forin leetric power neededor atomic ment, which he said would o
1s6 p o1 queen of the At. stance, and the United States to development." cur if all costs are held to oti-
Stoan unpre- have the same voting power. The Smith made his statement n ginal estimates, s tonsiderably
de. Wbod is used on.present majority principle Is not a four-page pamphlet which heIlower -than the Approximately
ly h pianos and butchers' realistic, not fair, not workable said is being distributed nation- per cent. regulated electric com-
c blocks. More aluminum One vote for the U.S. and 21 for ally "to answer criticisms and I panies are permitted to earn
1w u br construction than in- Latin America is mlly... to help clear up misconceptions He said the AEC has pointed
to e s0 sgle structure on 3. The disapearan e of lead- and misinformation" about the out that the Dixon-Yates com-
ior so ays the National ership of sma powers due to proposed Dixon-Yates contract bine would furnish power at
'- "rather brutal g t- er I- oo with the Atomic Energy Com- lower rate oan a comparable


wed by the al representation, which mako e up the Dixo-Yates lic power. group denounced the

e the 4 ilkan g. and United Nations as an arena r major financial risk-notthe gov- to public power systems and urg-
ll ..i.alwa.M be borne personal publicity orU.a. on ally to aw r n ed are peri8ed 1o" '
t l .as.r o wi.th great I propaganda.l yo national Ime al said these companies codi..e e AtC__ ash.Ie
eremoy. a re not guaranteed a profit, but The -~ Cl otoed heamr-
las. wl as cain t could suffer financial loss over inW-but utwI" briefs a
bg Principality of Lechten- ado nstant changes in na and the life of the contract. fro t'ea lw ays er twon i. .
l Europes six smale. tropical strays such as ich Dixon-Yates would build a 107 he iMou toe t-
af& t tie sE, and United Nations as an aneregna f oab r dollar power plant athe gov- to"p .lcpowrsemanrge
so art.lways be bornevPerson& publicity or national Ioernmen t. ..edte_ ur esa


OdAa'Jsbn oer~ aro isemn e anal


ll Jil MAN


a. r2 oes in me In huj numbers. T
I. witSerin and groi1""to meal for
atl.oves 5 oil for manufacturing
-Sh'm a te o and PrinUng ink. The
"mbia.- son River shad catel
OM of the world's 000,000 pounds valued
A cU. Th writings ofMar
Sa womalosed that 13th-centu
of Scottish menad high deve
O Mte h system, the National
S m ni, t U Society skys. "Horse
omS thero were maintained at 2
b e o n e vale on highways rad
Sta *begin. PAUo to various pnro
0 -- Be at home 400 bnha were kept
i satons. The system
*post'Md 1pectal-delive


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animals and
soap, paint
annual Hlud
h totals 2,-
at $350.000.
rco Polo dis.


Godfrey Reveals He

During Operation 1%
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iry China PHILADELPHIA Jan. 3 .(UP) relaXI
hoped postal -R a d i and TV personality. o
Geobraphic Arthur Godfrey revealed today he
pothouses almost died during his op era-
mti.e inter-o U in May, 1953, andi tat do-
isting from spite great pain he hesitates t
ovincea, and set a date for another Uf o'
t at major death gamble.
had Parcel' Godfrey's troubles with his hip
ry fetur were reported in a copriht
terview printed in this w = i
sue of TV Guide magasie.
He said concerning another 41'
eration:
'-I might go into a state O
shock and never come out of
Or I might come out eofM .
only half a brain, or wla g-.II, -
ver shot.
"I haven't toU this It 9
people. but in that first
for the first 24
lost me during that
Godfrey a1Lala'
shock hazard e r
doeters have seleg
down deep..4
"That's necessaO l 1.
tion because they ha.

Onete nerve or mun. It


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ether to take me..down
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masihead and prestrrLkatej aIRt W ~WaiSp end, Geany made an ecoopeanc ebck that astoished
the experts. Now aer *cbrle boom is an all*tUe high and shown o signs et slowldnagdowir'lt
pace. Industrial :prodC :,oiacCoOt fo more thbn half of Germanys total output.. Today It I 11,'
per cent of the l98Wl l and about 10 per cent above 1953's total tPctochart below gives eom-
S. p prs__ivufi__ureson'b.aiceconomic factor. .. ,-- .


RESORTS
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santa Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Balboa 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottages'-rockgps, refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

Phillips. Oceanside cottage s,..
Santo Clara; Box 435, Bolboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
bol 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gomboa
6-441.

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION 6.1.! Just b uilt
modern furnished apartments, 1,.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Furnished 1-bed-
room apartment, utilities includ-
ed, $65. Phone Panama 3-2051.


The Kitchen


To Safety
-
of these accidents occurred.
What are the chances of fall-
ing in your kitchen? Last ,year,
falls accounted for more t h a n
half the accidents in the home. Of
these, 50 per cent proved fataL
Slippery floors o ft e n account
for sliding falls and these are the
most serious. Excess wax can
cause slipping so the old adage
about less wax and more rubbing
is a good one to follow.
There's only one really s a f e
way to reach high shelves. And
that's with a sturdy kitchen lad-
der. Never use a chair, box or
small table as a substitute.
There are two simple steps in
venting a kitchen explosion.
sure to opon the oven doors
to v nate It before lighting it
W y. -:'mI*;' matchh

TB. el de al iatpliBno~e' of
whlch you're so proud aren't ac-
tually life-savers f the erds are
strayed, or loose. Always keep
electrical connections away from
the sink and have. a towel handy
to wipe yeou hands before you
switch on an appliance. Have& 4
stand for -your iron and if you're
leaving the kitchen- (wvent for
W.at you think will ,be sa ut
length of 'tle), switch off all ap.
pliances. .
Never allow the children's toys
to clutter, up the, kitchen l6r,
lust waitiqg to t rj-p.' you. And
teach your yopagts n o t to
toach electrical acipances, sitove
burners or pots and 1pns. Always
turn the handles iuwad so thaf
children can't grab -for them.
There should be' a place 'for a
first.aid kit in your kitchen. And
doctors recommend that such a
Yirst-aid kit in your kitchen. And
doctors recommued that such a
kit contain a c Inical t hermom-
eter, sterile absorbent cotton
balls, sterile gauze pads, roll ban-
dages in several widths, adhesive
bandages, an antiseptic aromatic
spirits of ammonia,a burn rem-
edy, rubbing alcohol, media c i n e
dropper, tweezers and a pair of
scissors.
Still feel like oaing out to the


ME, I'M JUST A STUBBORN OLD MULE-Riek RaDe, Joh Wible and BmI JamMW, J
Brigham Yoag University students who donated blood in a campus e Cross drive, giptve t.
eye to a long ared non-donor., It was all part-of a ampus gap at Provo, Utah. to pubfeid tlhea
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KU* IORKL Jan. ~(W1 -
OIio Ptatd 1phed to a con
vinciig viotoMry amOver South-
arm .CaMfoelas In a Rw Bowl
that had become S olfamud,
and Navy d.lastoeudSo
b~rr a81I-0 amnuse of=W
l w ll m the sugar Bowl to
higwhl ht football bowl a-cuom on
Nw Year's Iy.
Duetrouseed me U-7.a
ltleOrange, Bowl atMUIam
rida; 0o to cabMI
behind Vo beat Arka&as,
|7, In the COU IBwl at D1-
Texas; and J A m arrnty of
nnr State kiked oi fourth-
suarter extra point that gav"
the BaSt a 1*-12 victory over thu
West In the hsne Bowl in otbsa
standout gpiveS -


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But Ohio staO bd taken a
14-0 lead by ten Marin
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AMERICA REGAINS DAVIS CUP-F-n the far gourt, Tony Tra-
bert. (left) and Vie Sex of the United States Davi Cup team
pisy th doubles match a6 nt Australial Low Road (right)
"ad Ken Rsewell m sydne. The Americans defeated the Aus-
dles for the first W s ame 109 in Davis Cup play.


Play.
Nara
Austi
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Parrl
Tumi
Bern
Osori
Presc
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34 1 10 27 9
Score by Inn~ng:
Sodamen uli 1 utuO-5 7 4
Smokers 100 000 000-1 10 2
Summary: Rurs batted tn: z.
Osorlo, Lopez, 01 adsatone,
Charles. Earned runs: Sodamen
3 Smokers 1. Left on bases:
Sodamen 7, Smoketr 11. Home
runs: Gladstone. Two base hta:
Loe, Gladstone. Puds. Stolen
base: Parris. Wild p i t h:
.Hughes.Vtruckout by: Arthurs 5,
by: Hughes 2, Churn 3. Be on
balls off: Arthurs 5. off: Hughe
2, Chirn 3. Pitchers record:
'Hughes 3 runs w, hta in -
nings. Errors: Sodamen T (Old-
atone 2, Kellman 2), Smokers 2
(E. Osotlio, Chumrn). Losing pitch-
er: Hughes (2-1). WInnIn ptch-
er" Arthurs (2-2). Doub hLys:
More, Lewis; Bernard, .I Oso-
rio. Umpires: Williams, Parch-
ment, Karimaftltis. Time of
geme: 2:09.


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hemalnestretch to scoe b our 2-C-hic'as Ned $4.20, 4.60_

is oIn,- la at the 498aa -I-C. Wand e8.60, 13.00. 1.80 S-fs
sYouth erntatce-petiai-ote
when track champion FI ACE i

sat "whleh bad defeated Main 1C.iDouble: (Cyc.40 e 2. a-
Road overs bod ter distance the lone-Cholee Brand) 181.0. -Ca
rivt went off the mu- TUHD RAg 2-CI
huel ola i 1,800 bet oan S- A.a $13.40, 7 5.00, 3-D
him to I -- l dol& --"bto A $6.,0, 4.10 '
more than were risked onMain 3-Ye pongo $6.00 1-Da
Road. King's Prime Wus the to4r. One-Two: (Jal Alai-Lborla) 2-Ch
favorite. ad the other tree P .4, -S
starters were all rank outsldet, FOURTH RACE
IAty s wus expected, Jumped I-Don pition $5.60, 3.60, 2.60, I-M
into t lead riBt aftqt te 2-Volatador 0, 5.20 2-C-,
break ,pdist a fast pace while 3-Consentida $.40. 3-0i
going iner Qalela (Don Pt-Vola- so
muad Milrto mt rated orn lee) W.. et-3
seIond ad third ptebes' wee DIPFTH RACE
chasing a e pacesetter it 1-Montere $3.00, 2.20 1-M
Lexden'8 K rize snd Ma -Ika $2 0. 2-At
Road traWg o that order for SITH RACE
the in o.rt .. 1-Dbdprincea $19.00, 5.0 / i
dGo wn _the backstretch. 2-Peran Coaunte l 0. 4
Mai, Road loued pwt isrIl s 8EVENTH RAC
PriHe and m tartd to s al.n I-Regal Chum $19.80 .20, 4.20 1-N
pidO the ohlea the time 2--afrlyable $4.7'n. 2a60 2-R
the h ru ed'the mile --8. Of cone $2.80. 3--R
post Main a was already a- Seoond Double: (Dixiprin- Oi
Fongde Mhrato W and ginn eeu-Retal Chum) $611 .1 Hip)
Felner and gaining on the fast EIGHTH RACE
going leader. I-Bismo $20.80, 7.40, 5.20 I-Cu
2-State Barge $2.60, 2.80 *.-Do
Although Jockey Ruben Vas- 3-Te a $14.00.
ques allowed Mat Road to take Qnela: (1smo -State 1-Bi
a wide turn into the home- Barge) $19.60. 2-0-G
stretch, the bg elght-year-old NINTH RACZE
bay son of al ay-uperbe 1-Hurlecano $12.20 9.00, 8.60
rushed by Atys with his sweeping 2-Verticordia $7.60. 020 5I
strides and quickly -opened a 3--My Dear $7.60.
winning margin. He was four i e-Two:- furlecaao-Ver-
fll lengths in front at the end ilcordi) $1N.10.
ad wa steadily Increasing bi TNTH RACK p
in when he pad the 1-V&aPey Star $8.40. 3.00 Loe
I- lne --2Vulcantzado 3.00 Hour
SAtys held on to. Wtoe thpklace LVENTH RACE Moor
|iree lengths ahead of King's 1-Joe's FPddlinq 3.80. 3.20, 2.20 1Lewi
Pri .whih came fropk. the n'ck 2-Kellphraae $4.80, 2.60 Thor
In a game fi to odtuat Mir- 3-Double In $2.40. Oren
matoats by a head for thtrd place Bratt
money. SATURDAIS nIVIKNDS Cad
Main Road returned $460 per I-Sedur $7.80, 8.20, 9.20 McD
win ducat. 2-iDainty pucheass $12.00, 6.60 Kell
Valley Star raced ti victory In 3-Numbet_ $ -.60k Char
the featured $650 seven furlong SECOND RACE Arthr
sprint for. Class "C" and "D" l-Royl, Signal $4.00, 3.00, 2.80 A
horses yesterday with the aWiddf 2-Marantlas $1&00, 5.40 To
"tricky" riding by -Wla Aginls &-Chara .Prince $5.40.
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Classic





FOURTH RACE
omar $15.40, 5.60, 5.00
3y. Moon $4.0, 3.50
^_: ~(J~ ",L ady

FIFTH RACE
iral $3.40 2.0. 2.20
panita ..45, 2.40
n O A $.60.
ark Sunet $5.60. 3.00, 2.60
hispeante $3.20, 2.60
upermmn $4.60.
SEVENTH RACE
erry 11Siper $6.80o .L60o, .2.10
de Oato $2.60. t.40o
ay Spot $3.20.
wnd Do 2ble: (Dark Sun-
Merry Slipper) $17.68.
. EIGHTH RACE
ain Road $4.60, 2.20, 2.20
yas $2.20 2.20
king's Pr $2.60
uIniels: (Main Road-Atys)
I.
NINTH RACE
oveno $30.00, 14.20, 11.40
ose Hip $35.20, 11.40
egal Bllas $3.60
ne-Two: (Noveno Rose
) $1,842.40.
TENTH RACE
oncejal $3.00, 2.20.
on Goyo $2.40.
ELEVENTH RACE
agdad $8.20, 5.00
o0den Pick $3.00.

o Longer PaMes
BODA'MEN
ers ab r h o a
z, as 3 0 1 2 0
'adeau, s 1 0 0 .1 0
e, 2b 5 0 1 4 3
1, lb 5 0 0 6 1
e, rf 3 0 0 0 0
ld, If 1 0 0 1 0
hwalte, If-rf 4 1 1 4 0
tone, cf 2 2 1 1 1
onld, c 2 0 0 5 0
nan, c 1 0 0 1 1
les, 3b 4 1 2 2 2
ars, p 2 1 1 0 0
Lals 33 5 7 2A l

em ab rh e
gon..c ,5 0 1 8 1
ns 4 1 3 2 2
iorlo, lb 5 0 1 9 1
a, 3b 3 0 2 0 0
inUll, lf 4 0 1 0 0
ard. 2b 4 0 0 2
o10, cf 2 0 1 0
Cott,cf 1.0 0 0 0
rts,rf 2 0 1 3 0
hes, p 2 0 1 1 0
n,p 2 0 0 0 0


On balls route.
Wits u adi WVl a
lowed the tying run beforI'e blng
relelved by Reynolds. Reynolds
also walked the next two hit-
ters, and Lovelady was aled i
to put out the fire, which he
did in workmanlike manner.
When the smole cleared e-
way, tho.e Palomas had erased
their t. "un deficit, ad wre
sitting O a sIx-run lead. George
harper, ws the winning pitch-
er with Wins being charged with
the first iM.
In the opening ceremonies
prior to the game, Iss of
the Schrols lDivsion prepnted
Fastlieh Vark to the Teem Age
League, honoring the sponsor of
the League by naming the ~lld
after him.
John Winklosky accepted the
field for the Meh League,.
and gave brief resume of the
life of the League t Its growth.
He then thanked ti a peo-
ple responsible for the Leage's
success.
Paul Moh], as the originator
of the Idea, and Jule Duols
for his part In locating or V-
his able handling of our kr-'-
ness department aMnd_ T. Ho-.
Jh BiH llinkle and Ralph Park-I
er, our player assuignment om-I
mittee, for their handling of a
very explosive situation.
The sucem of our season wil
shw Just how well they have
done their job. To two of the
fairer sex go the h omonors our
coring and publicity:
SMrs Mildred 9utherland and
Mrs. Anna A. Kleran rNOOK-
tively. The able handling of mar
minutes and money Is also en.
trusted to one of the fair sex:
Mr&. Cone Hnkle.
Governor John Seybold gave


co eing the ustlich Le
o t attenton'on the
paths from first. to third
Then the players march.
the field, and the JPuma

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start. .
The music of the 23da In31 *
Division Band wi grted' .w .
loud 0m q a
leader I. 0. 0
Tomorrow at 4,,10 .pAn
Fafth Park1 the Uma tll
play hopt ti t0e Gu,
or J. Durfee wifl mIri
Macaw. with e0th1i t *'r;
T. Dudeeatching. &rt .

Chan doing the roeivbtn. 1x9v
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Tea- W L Pet. GB
Smokers 8 6 .671 -
Yatees 0.7 .560-
Sodamen 7 11 M.8 3
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NatarF Nihth' RIults
At Panama: Sodamme 9,
Yankees C

Satokeurs I
No lame Tenight
(Natlemal MI aarmg)

By J. J. GARRISON JR.
A revamped Sedamen teamn,
behind the fine seven-hit pteb-
Ing of Stanley Arthurk, defeated
the league leading Smokers 5 to
I aIMt night at the Stadium and
clhimbed to within three gamee
of the lead..
The Smokers' loss dropped
them back into a virtual tie with
the.C.V. Yankees. although the
Smokers ae all In front by .008
percentae points.
Tammy hBuhes. jhe loser
started for the Smoke. and iave
upo three hits and tr runs.
Clarence Churn relief in the
fifth and finished the lMe.-
The Smokers scored e oly
run in the bottoni of first taen
Hal Naragion singled over ecd
and went to second on', 0la4
stone's error. Austn ngled to
left center and Naragon was out
at home op Gladstone's throw,
Austin qolnf the way to'third
when Kman threw the ball In-
to centerfl d in an attempt to
nail Auatn who had moved from


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FATlUCH LEAGUE 0 MENUR dri Jo. r the sport d
.afer wa the lei .
In a game marred by loo c1 season he roem
fielding aniund deripr pitching, the pitcher' imounGtM gt
the P mas took the measure of to do his stint. on r
the. Pumas 12 to 8. Wi Mr. Fasth do
Bobby Wills started on the tly atce.'s o.p._ i,.N
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OS ANGELES, Jan. 3 (UP)- USC. g** u fCjv l nu w tIS 64r 5805 af
( tive assigned to the Minot (Mic. THIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., MOND
key) Jelke II vice case began
a secret investigation today
which. may result In identifiesa-
ton of several top movie per-
sdnalltles as patrons of a high- As T IF ~ -J f
riced Manhattan call gir .Arm ed Service
Detective William Haughie ws
flown here Saturday by New Yok
police after Jelke was granted a
new trial by the Court of Appeals
on; his crnviction of two counts of Ills l l uS
compulsory prostitution on Feb. if h S schools
27. 1953.
Haughie refused to comment on
his assignment. Asked if he would WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (-UP) three months to answer a re-
questicn the celebrities reported- -Defense Department office a s porter's questions on the cuar-.
ly identified as call girl patrons said today they will go ahead rent status of segregated
by Pat Ward in testimony closed with plans to end racial segraga- schools on military posts and
to toe press at the New York tion at schools on all military when they will be Integrated.
trial, Haughie said: pests by September despite Su- But the final statements by sev-
"1' ca't answer that. Any in- preme Court delay on the integra- eral officials were a clear-cut in-
formation about my assignment tion problem. dication that the department does
m ecr.ie from my New York Two schools have been late- net intend to retreat from the Wil-
str-friors." grated since Defense Secretary son direcive.
New York sources believed Charlesc E. Wilson la January The schools for children of mill-
Heaighie's assignment was to get issued a directive ordering all ary personnel presented he pecu-
ne evidence in the case. The on- such schools to end segregation liar problem since, while they are
ly West Ceast connection known at "as soon as practicable" and located on military installations,
pr'--nt is the rumrnied Hollywood not later than Sept. 1, 1955. Two they are operated with federal as-
cl! -tele of the s$100-a-night call other schools have been closed. distance by local school boards.
g Defense Department office i a 1 s Under the Wilson directive, the
Ike heir to a three million said the..remainin 17 schools se- military services and the Office
di r hl'irvgo oleo firaune. was 'gregated at the time Wilson is- of Education are to negotiate with
se:;eanted to three to six years in sued his order "will be integrat- 0
Sinl. 1inp rn charges he forced'ed on or before September of this -
young wcimen to work for him as yan wr esgnpr Court .
call girls. 1 Their statements were signifi-, \nSu reme Coulrt D1
ccant in view of the reported fqel- )Upreme
He was freed on $50,000 hall ing among the lpwer echelons in i
penv'ng his apprl--v.'ich lihe won the Armed Services and the Of- *
Friday-but served an eight- fice of Education that the milta- njn r V LI
m. .1 ter:-m in t: New York Ci- fry should 'not press integration o M jo C hi
ty w6rkhouse latt yeat for mle.' now in view of the Supreme Court o
gal j-osrEs;i:n f twu.wapons. deley on the question. I NEW YORK, Jan. 3 (UP) -
The 'court has not yet issued a The American Civil Liberties
VT-en New York police arrest- derre on how segregation should Union today hailed the Supreme
e. '.e in a *ral!4 frlh aj.iba tA- be in public schools and has Court decision prohibition racial
aMT- i August, 192, tey sells. scheled new hearlags on the-segregation in public edationII
e a' r-a 3a3ks. ThM bcBi problem. However, the Wilson or- as the "major civil libertiles gain"
cn:lOnel the names of neasty der was Issued last spring on.in- o 154 1
2,C 1 pere.rns ncluIng th or'of structions from President Eisan- The organization's 34th an-
wllknown entertaInment i. hower before the court decision nua reor ant listed s other m-
,an- I r .i figure-i wlo holding segregation uncons t it u- portant gains the special s enate I
pc;'e said patronized Jelke'sI lion 1. dp committee's condemnation of
A, I The Justice Department has ad- cm itte' ndmnatio of
V'.-ghle declied 'tp comment vocepted a loaI approach on me Sen. Joseph FL. Mcc arth and
On.1 b *-.I. fe .-h g: ipnt(gration in public schools, with educational groups' fight "a-
cw b yet if he -alesk aid from federal cinius determining how gainat the assorted orthodoxies
LoUZ e p43 hii:e> h is invesi- and when schools shall be inte- which seektodictate eduetion-
Ps.tLOesl nBiiritles said they grated. al content and method and per-
'wu be glad to help Haughie if Racial experts with the Defense sonnel."I
Steuueated, Department esaid hat as B result Despite this progress, the re-
- T hgme ofJelke's New York of the Supreme Court and Justice port said "defenders of civil
trit, re were reports that the jDepartmtnt's action, the queson liberties" still must combat "or-
0 -filu id lsvoLve -several top, has frequetly been raised with- ganlzed discrimination," attacks
HaS wM name*. But when Miss In the Armed Services and the on free speech and due process
ir 1 Qmjed, th oress was bar- Office of Education over whether of law resulting from risling con-
aom te' coutrtrorm. ithe military should not wait to earn over uvenile delinquency,
-sr believed thrt named of see what the Supreme Court does. and the federal employee securi-
C cler'a1 nstioned in the pre- Time Defense Department is ty program.
I. tri 1 vulfl:e rr---: I in a still touchy on the question of The union said the three main
cort sessions at Jelke's next school lItegration, as indicated acco 4ppshments of the year
byc galrfactegrat Iton, accomIt
by the fact that it took over "produced more advances for
S. -- civil liberties in the last sixl
months than in any correspond-
Nperiod for several years."
The report said the SupremeC
ourt ruling "is already province
to be far more than a legal c
capetone; it is an incalculably l
valuable psychological release of 0
Additional energy, channeled fl
-. Ithroulh all sorts of official and fl
endIing anti Negro discrimina- 81
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Ing and other areas, as well as


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212,80 'Useless'

Armed Forces Jobs
'1Found, Abolished
.: WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (UP)-
A House subcommittee reported
today that 212,8M00 useless jobs
were found and abolished in the
e-armed forces in the last two
years.
Chairman Robert J. Corbett
(R.-Pa.) aid servicemen and ci-
S vilians holding the unnecessaLiy
luN T'hBE A--This motor scooter w hl can e taken Jobs "were either separated frem
. an tfoIet0into a suitcase makes its debut in Parils, Tancei duty or transferred to positions
t s Il-about 50 mph over ahnost any kind of terrain, and is in combat operations."
bg -rdeed bu the French army for use In airborne diC i D Corbett said .his Post Office
.and Civil Srvie .asubcommilttee
+_ .was .advised of the emovals and
transfers by the Dereuse Depat-
meit in amreport -on "man9 we
utilization.?
He said elimination of the ue-
less jobs Is saving 900 million
dollars a year, a saving made,
possible by surveys the serviow
conducted in cooperation wiffi hb
the subcommittee.
Combat readiness was not les,-
sened by the cuts, Corbett ua.L
He said the eliminated jobs w ep
found to be "unnecessary toe
accomplishments of their pV
mary defense objectives "
The department
which Corbett based
meant did sonta n the to
figure on oswld wih Cor-
bett cited. Neffaide p
ed that the sabcom tee cp
piled the total from a numbs er
specific job reductlans la t
by the Army. Navy and Air Feore
In the report. ,
The department repot.
military permamel bad,
trimmed about 9 per Mcent,
3,88%,000to S3,3 10200a eW
years an lsI" e s wg
civilian am
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Desegri


the local authorities to operate
the schools on an integrated bas-
is.
It the local edsesonast-agen-
cy refuses the Defense Depart.-
meat wil tlad ovr operation of
the schools, with te coit paid
for out of .approptis adatin-
istered by the Ofe of Educa-
tion..
Authorities within the Defense
Department do not believe that lo-
cal agencies will .accept such a
condition, and further more they
suspect that the military services
and the Office of Education are
not actually pressintg the local
authorities tooird on this score.
Defense Department operation


decision Named

ties Gain'


education..."
"We know and the world knows
that we can, by keeping every-
lastingly at it, put an end to
organized diperimlhattan before
the end of the century," the re-
port said.
It said "the Senate and White
House, the party machines and
the people as a whole too long
allowed or even encouraged" Mc.
Carthy's activities.
"But it Is- significant that,
wherever the issue of Senator
McCarthy was squarely oined in
the congressidona elections- just
held the candidate opposed to
him was victorious. Fairness in
legisltive Inquiry bas taken on
a new lease, on life."
egaarding the eduatmnal
field, the report said "1aVe -
stitutir"' are saill stupid
cowar oughh to cancel th-
partir i in debates on
iplor recognition on Com-
munist Lnipa, and mapy teach-
ers still keep quiet about any-
thing controversial for tear of
losing their jobs."
"But it wa the foundations
which won in the fiasco of Rep.
Carroll I, Reece's committee In-
vestigation of them. And you
can ardlyp.uck up amass-circu-.
ation magasiae these days with,
Out finding at article which af-
fords at least some support for
'reedom of inquiry and cora-
nunication hi public and private
schools and colleges and unl-
ersltles.." -


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Reaching


Hollywood


in Texas.
Nary-Indianhead Naval Pow-
der Factory, Md., and Patuxent
Naval Air Station, M)d.
The two bases where segregat-
ed schools have been closed are
at the Naval Air Station, Pensa-
cola, Fla., and Reese Air Force,
Base, Tex.

Ella Fitzgerald

Sues PAA For

Discrimlnaion
r-tut t aSmtS 3 UP)-
Singer fiu Fltuerald and three
t re tchag, ed Pan A-
arianV fflt Aia with ra-
cial '4crimlnation today in a
$270,000 damage sujt on file In
federal court
Besides Miss Pitagerald, the
plaintiffs were John Lewis, her
planist-accompanist; Georgiana
Henry her secretary. and Nor-
man 6rans, her' business man-
ager. I
The suit said the group made
reservations on a Pan American
plane last July from Ban Fran-
cisco to Sydney, Australia, to
fulfill concert contracts.
All but Gras, who was to Join
them at a later date, were given
first class accommodations. In-
cluding assigned sat numbers.
It said.
The suit said Gmanz joined the
party in Honolulu but wLen the
plane was about to take off for
Sydney, Pan American agents
"refused to allow the plaintiffs
to reboeard the plane," which
took off without them-.
Mias HsF erat -Lewis and
Miss Henry charged this was
"malicious" and moti ated by
"prejudice because of their race
and color."

Mario McDnald's


Remark'l Put Off

As She HI
HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 3 (UP)-
The marriage of actress Marie
McDonald and her e-husband
was postponed indefr to-
day when she was d
by illness caused partly aus-
tratIons of the couple's iSaptx
to re-marry. Good o Samaritan lftal
spokesmen said the actress at
In serious condition but Is In
need of a "good rest." She Is
suffering from nervous exhaus-
Ion, fatigue and virus pneu-
monia.
Miss McDonald divorced
wealthy shoe manufacturer Har-
ry Earl in Las Vegas, Ncv., las
Nov. 21 Boon afterward the eou-
ple reconelled In New York City.
They flew to Paris to- be re-
married. But French laws pre-
vented a quick marriage: They
tried to marry in ngland, There
they learned taw nglish-did not
recognize their dMya0e. In. fng-
land the Kal6au are mmaried.
Attempts towed Ia Tau10er,
Zurdh and. Lth.tensteln lso
*"W blocked lcal w n -
the retarn to
e lted 5 .They pl aNed
to iWny aI Vegas .ea New
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2 Americans Near Fr


From Sov
MOSCOW, Jan. 3 (IP) Thai
United States embassy expect
to be advised "momentarly, :y
the Soviet government of )he
release of two Americans who
have been serving prison terms
in the Soviet Union, an Ameri.-
can spokesman said last night.
SThe two Americans are John
H. Noble, 31, Detroit, Mich., and
William T. Marchuk, 34, Brack-
enbridge, Pa.
The spokesman aid the Soviet
government prdkised to release
he two men in a note delivered
to the embassy last Thursday
night. t
d4 tho la A6 we


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and that they wi


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reham Lincoln.
FIVE CENTS



Ahead



egation

of the schools may pose some
Sraim in Congress, among
erners, because it will raise
the question of appropriate ad
ditional money to operate inte
grated schools. Only two of thi
school buildings, however, a r e
owned by the local educations
agencies.
In the two schools thas far ha-
tegrated-at Fort Belvoir, Va.,
and Cralg Air Force Base, Ala.
-it was necessary 1 the De-
tmse Department to take over
operationn. Defense Department
officials said that thus far there
has been so report of difficul-
ties at either school.
The 17 schools to be integrated
by September are located at:
Air Force Bases-M a x w e 11,
Ala.; MacDill, Eglin, Tyndall and
Patrick in Florida; Andres Md.
Randolph Shepherd and tack-
land in texas, and Langley, Va.
-Army-Pine Bluff Arsenal,
Ark.; Fort Sill. Okla.; Fort Bliss,
Fn4r Cam Houston and Fort UAood


they would advise the em basy
when the man would be release. g a
ed.
edThis Information has not yet REDS Among the
e been received, he maid, adding: three Americans held in a So- e
S ut we expect it wi viet prison camp southeast of aL
S"But we expect will e Moscow who are reported to be
Smentarily." In good health Is John H. Noble
The spokesman said that the (above) His brother, George RENO, Nov., Jan. 8- -iup)
Soviet government, in Its note, Noble said in Detroit. the Two men and t -
Salso raised the question again of Communists were unpredic- pected of robbing theCal.
11 children the Soviets claim are table and "the more publicity if., Bank of $40,00 Ay
of Soviet nationality but are be- the three receive the less were captured at a mO near

Germany.u tempt ;unsces
However, the spokesman em- along with his father in Dres- The men wen a s
phasized, the note did not link den, Germany, in 1945. The old- Donald Ander sone I
the release of Noble and Mar- er Noble was later released. Barker, 25, antd tAhe t e
chuk with the demand that the The embassy spokesman said believed to be their wi1 1 e,
Americans turn over the 8gviet the soviet note stated there "had Police said a bloato o .
children. y vam hg bntadniun .r-s mqeus
"There was no question of any hs A dA i watound in teol ar -a
deal, bargain or exchange," hesftore men a, C -
said d.v pm, wt an, 150,000 Japs Pay st iPet6alsa
Marchuke t, asohierwanHated Police sal4 the J our adbited
S AWOL after he d appeared Year the Cotati robbery.
an AWOL9aftoBerl diswaroed nW a rs CallsAndeaapparently became a-
Noble, a civilian, was arrested An Thd larmed when Jack iS 'at tiL
whoby owe thlag to t j "wnr -

Se an d UTOKYO, Jan. 3 .e(UP)- More d to mam a telephone C -
TOKYboJan.2Ue).MoreAndersonnpulled&a gun-dfore-
Mendes-France Sad than 150,000 persons from all ed Sprk
Tto of i over Japan crossed into the Im- of the aniA.a sl ias out
Prepared ulf perial Palace grounds yesterday during fich adersea'ag.Ua
r o t -to pay their New Year's greet- went off, the bubet cr-4 a g
for ee Ministca er Ings to Emper6r nirohito and Sparkm 's he$ and atl, ka
-rin l tnell ny Empress Nagaco. Darker t the cheat .-
PARIS, Jan. 3 (UP)-Prdmier Police said that 1600,30 per- Sparks ca e tneis. La-.h Ite
Pierre Mendes-France will give sons had crossed the NI ubashi SprksmaM s e ar and-I-,
up his posa t as foreign minister (double bridge) nto the te- R.au e u t -fle It
about Jan. 15 and try todhapl sant grounds of the palace at because ofualackt
cate In the field of domestic re- closing time of the gates to sign They returned t t e
form his spectacular successes their names in the New Tear'shn O fre, wuinn
n tonatonal affairsnform- register to catch a glimpse of woman who heard



oing into hreis last tw eks ta household building to
as foreign minister, T heir subjects
horeieranheaf rM h eal t!W
F cas worein p onieorte d d- Th well-wish ers trekkedt
s l te ma reapo- vi the palace groundip an emderl
Naionl Asse mbl's Fr eign ma- p er patently reme d inded of g
thirs etra office he had held xe d ya o th atl occurred e on
since he became premier. peh ousehda bulding1t
as worng n efforts t o -d persons were trampled to death TA (U d
rn. a sig Pour mebtine next ad 5 injured in a mad sm- o *rne -
swiftl to tidyuptaedU irsNf tpede over the Nijubashi. nao Ir woud
tons Secretary General flag An augmented police amce and see no edu ti6o7 o'a
Hammerxkjold at an hour-long5Cit precautions were credited but that tere would be as -
conference here Saturday to with e order todayt. tenaf1led Mama race tea$s a
sound out Chinese Communist Amon the crowd today, o less Tahowion at l t
leaders on coeristenceno a nd6a. siam iSj7re f choiceBe .- nws
He has hinted frequently he tha -An a ugofethe nea rl 40000 The United Dor oaa t .
istry.o SW it is accepted i ao v st- precw iol s wtill hS td16 ied
ement quarters as an im- dlpole liPe e h e a a
nenc herentwith Jan. a1 o s hd might Il w
the likely date, although no of- wned families to leave the through buying t a na
ficial announcement has been aged and children at home to truce."
made. avoid tha sant hap. The paer said the *te pe-
He tried to win Popular Re- G oodee r er neutral natlls ti l Ibe s
publican and Gaulliot support C Q quality getet dae in W b"It
by offering the post successive- o ial aw c thatgiea 3eR-
ly to Robert Schuman and *aa- Urnanii trajum has atreng
ton PalewakIL. Reliable ources an ium re foothold within the b of the
said both declined. d *a o yfree world," It said. "thy form
Mendes-France transfer of Ou in Ir.uy a liability and constitute oan-
the office will leave him free to cej to the unity of solidarity of
concentrate on the economic me- TURIN, Italy, Jan. 2 (UP)-A the ree natloae."
forms he has advocated ever good quality of uranium ore ha tes neutsral atloesn,- the
since they were turned down as been discovered tn the moun- United Daily News "can-
too harsh by Gen. Charles de tains south of here, near the nt be expected to a .e,
Gaulle- just after the war. Fren O border, it was learned to- responslbiltles of
Only Saturday night' in a fire- day; Othe alliance of the th
side chat he called on French The rich strike was reported any more. The worst e
men to throw off their lethargy southeast of Caneo, M miles Is that they would
and indecision and make 1955 a outh of herecon the bottom lip the Cpmmuneat -le 'for
banner year in the rejuvenation lof the Piedmont Po vf ey as it tte collA of ea s-
of their country. rises into the Alps mritsem. tern of the free' world."


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